Using Peroxide to Clean Pet Stain on Wood Floors

Will hydrogen peroxide bleach the timber floor lighter? We have dark mahogany floors. Will hydrogen peroxide also damage the sealant so that we'll have to re-varnish the whole floor? I'm just worried that the spot will still be noticeable if its colour changes.


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October 7, 20170 found this helpful

To remove pet stains from your hardwood floor you will need Baking Soda, White Vinegar, 3% Hydrogen Peroxide and a clean cloth

Step 1
First you will need to make a wet paste from Baking Soda and White Vinegar.

Step 2
Apply the paste liberally to the stain and allow to sit until completely dry.

Step 3
Wipe up, and soak a clean cloth with the Hydrogen Peroxide, then lay it on the stain.

I do not know if it will lighten your wood or damage the sealant. You may want to do a test spot somewhere less conspicuous. I would say its worth a shot before you have to sand, stain, and refinish the area.

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